'a' is double compartment with flat head linked by hairline.
the lower compartment is generally larger than the upper compartment.
looped 'd' is used most of the time.
in final position, 'd' is often tagged.
an occasional use of unlooped 'd'.
this unlooped 'd' is in the scribe's more formal script used to introduce the 'Passus'.
the lower lobe of double compartment 'g' is frequently smaller than the upper compartment.
occasionally final 'g' has a flourish attached to the horizontal extension.
the lower compartments of 'g' frequently look ragged.
'g' in the scribe's more formal script.
the head of 'h' is generally looped.
upper case 'H' with curved extension out into the left margin which defines the graph as upper case.
long 'r' is used in all positions.
frequent flourishes attached to final 'r' usually denoting a missing 'e'.
'z'-shaped 'r' is used only after 'o'.
the modern 'r' of the scribe's display script.
long 's' is used in initial and medial positions.
sigma 's' is also used in initial as well as in final positions.
'w' is looped with the base of the left element sitting higher than the right.
the middle loop stands above the elements on either side.
the lower compartment of the 'B'-shape at the right is lower than the left part of the graph.
a different graph as the upper case letter. Both heads are open with the left arm reaching out to the left instead of forming a loop over the remainder of the graph.
'y's are mainly dotted.
the tail may be longer or shorter but always turns counter-clockwise to finish.
|Thorn and Yogh|
thorn is used frequently throughout.
yogh is used both as equivalent of 'gh' and of 'y'.
|Upper Case Letters|